DHS knocks out the 11 in Round 1

Img ?1512216803

CLOSE TO HOME: RESPONDING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT IN OUR COMMUNITY

Sports

DHS knocks out the 11 in Round 1

A right, a left, and the Demons put Pueblo Central on the state canvas
Isiah Mayberry’s rope-a-dope defense for the Demons kept Michael Ranson and the Pueblo Central Wildcats off balance. The Demons won their first-round state tournament game 64-54 on Tuesday at Durango High School.
“He was an enforcer down there,” Nick Hamlin said of Isiah Mayberry, pictured. “Isiah wasn’t going to back down from anybody, and he was going to throw the first punch.”
Durango’s Willy Frownfelter scored 19 points Tuesday against Pueblo Central to put the sixth-seeded Demons in the second round of the state tournament at No. 3 Cheyenne Mountain on Friday in Colorado Springs.
Even with a bum ankle, Nick Hamlin’s work down low opened up offensive options for Durango. He finished with 16 points. “He doesn’t even have to score,” DHS head coach Alan Batiste said of the 6-2 senior. “Just him touching it opens up things for our offense that we don’t usually have.”
Ty Elliot led all scorers with 21 points Tuesday night, including five 3 pointers, and Durango won by 10 to reach the second round of the CHSAA Class 4A State Boys Basketball Championships.

DHS knocks out the 11 in Round 1

Isiah Mayberry’s rope-a-dope defense for the Demons kept Michael Ranson and the Pueblo Central Wildcats off balance. The Demons won their first-round state tournament game 64-54 on Tuesday at Durango High School.
“He was an enforcer down there,” Nick Hamlin said of Isiah Mayberry, pictured. “Isiah wasn’t going to back down from anybody, and he was going to throw the first punch.”
Durango’s Willy Frownfelter scored 19 points Tuesday against Pueblo Central to put the sixth-seeded Demons in the second round of the state tournament at No. 3 Cheyenne Mountain on Friday in Colorado Springs.
Even with a bum ankle, Nick Hamlin’s work down low opened up offensive options for Durango. He finished with 16 points. “He doesn’t even have to score,” DHS head coach Alan Batiste said of the 6-2 senior. “Just him touching it opens up things for our offense that we don’t usually have.”
Ty Elliot led all scorers with 21 points Tuesday night, including five 3 pointers, and Durango won by 10 to reach the second round of the CHSAA Class 4A State Boys Basketball Championships.
Reader Comments
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events